The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by wraymen, Sep 26, 2020.
Fantastic pics, man. Normally, our area (Macungie, PA) hosts the national show for the Antique Truck Club of America, but it was cancelled this year. It's nice to see those old trucks being aired out once again. I always like to cruise through the Winchester area on my way down to Florida, so I know the area is a great spot for a show like that. I especially like the arboretum. Last time I happened upon a civil war life style photo shoot & got some great pics that were set up by the professional wooden box photographers. Thanks for taking time to post all of those great pics. Was there any sort of flea market with it?
@fleetside66 Thanks, the swap meet only had a few vendors. I was told that the swap meet was small compared to most years but they had a record amount of trucks. They were still coming in when we were leaving. The show to go to is the national show in Harrisonburg VA next year.
Great pics, thanks for the show.
more brockways i worked on that silver one about a decade or so ago ... was a suprise to see it
miss you dad
Thanks for posting, truck love for sure.
Delightful display , thanks for sharing .
Great shots of some very cool trucks. Thanks for taking the time.........Don.
We caught up with that one on rt 50 and followed him to the show.
The white and black Ford is scarylarry’s truck. Pics don’t do it justice!
looks like a nice show thank you for sharing the photos
Thank you. The Hahn was built in Pa. I think I saw the monster Ingersoll-Rand at Rough and Tumble.
Thank you for posting.Beautiful trucks there.
Good luck.Have fun.Be safe.
Great pics, appreciate you sharing them with us. As a retired truck driver, I can appreciate what the old hands had to do to herd some of those things down the road.
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